3.12 Administrative Tasks
If there are additional staff at the airport beyond the airport manager, the airport manager typically has some human resources and employee management functions as part of his or her responsibilities.
ACRP Synthesis 18: Aviation Workforce Development Practices
Explores airport operating entity jobs and related skill sets needed to perform those jobs. The report also identifies potential ways to gain training on the skill sets needed to fulfill airport-related jobs and notes where gaps between skill sets and educational and advancement opportunities may exist.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration State Plans
Covers most private-sector employers and their workers in addition to some state and local governmental employers and their workers in 50 states and certain territories. The OSH Act encourages states to develop and operate their own job safety and health programs and precludes state enforcement of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards unless the state has an OSHA-approved plan. There are 22 states or territories with OSHA-approved state plans as detailed on this web page.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Provides information on OSHA regulations and how to obtain further information.